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From the President

Breaking_News.jpgOn 18 July 2007 it was my privilege to speak on behalf of the Bar at the swearing-in of our former President, Justice Daubney, as a judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland. My welcoming speech is included in this issue. On behalf of the Association, I acknowledge and record the Association’s sincere thanks to Justice Daubney for his long and distinguished service to the Association ... read more

BAQ Annual Dinner 2007 ...

Pictures from launch of the Queensland Reconciliation Action Plan
Issue 19: August 2007
Valedictory Ceremony for the Honourable Justice Callinan Valedictory Ceremony for the Honourable Justice CallinanThe Honourable Justice Daubney delivered an address in his then capacity as President of the Bar Association o...Read More >>
Single ExpertsIn civil proceedings in Queensland, calling an expert to give opinion evidence, is not the simple procedure it used to b...Read More >> Single Experts
In This Issue
Swearing-in Justice Muir and Justice DaubneyOn 18 July 2007, the Honourable Justice Muir was sworn in as a Judge of Appeal and the Honourable Justice Daub...Read More >>
Swearing-in Martin SC DCJ and Searles DCJOn 17 July 2007, His Honour Judge Martin SC and His Honour Judge Searles were sworn in as Judges of the District Court d...Read More >>
Swearing-in Federal Magistrate HowardOn 30 July 2007, His Honour Federal Magistrate Paul Howard was sworn in as a Federal Magistrate during a ceremony in the...Read More >>
Swearing-in Magistrate Hogan, Magistrate Quinn and Magistrate CarrollOn 20 July 2007, their Honours Magistrates Hogan, Quinn and Carroll were sworn in during a ceremony ...Read More >>
In Brief Current affairs, news, Practice Directions, CPD Seminars, conferences and more ...Read More >>
A Eulogy for Peter McHughRichard Galloway delivered the eulogy at the service to mark the passing of Peter McHugh. With Richard's permission...Read More >>
Time Travel with Computer ForensicsSeamus E. Byrne introduces the practical applications and implications of computer forensics, as illustrated by recent A...Read More >>
An American in Oz: A Trial Lawyer's Thoughts on AdvocacyPeter Axelrod continues his discussion of examination in chief from our last issue and looks at some techniques when lea...Read More >>
I'm Average. AlmostAndrew Sinclair of the Sunshine Coast Bar opens a discussion on how the Queensland Bar, as a professional organisat...Read More >>
The Common RoomThe Common Room is a place where news and views from the regional Bars as well as other segments of the Bar may be found...Read More >>
Digital Evidence: A Fundamental Shift in the Nature of InformationWhile digital technology is now ubiquitous in business and personal spheres, employment of evidence sourced from these t...Read More >>
Opinion: Superannuation Reform Doesn't Go Far EnoughThe Federal Government has claimed that the ‘Better Super’ changes are the biggest reform to superannua...Read More >>
High Court of Australia Judgments - Summary NotesThe following summary notes of recent decisions of the High Court of Australia have been prepared by the Public Informat...Read More >>
Court of Appeal Judgments - Summary NotesThe following summary notes of recent decisions of the Queensland Court of Appeal have been prepared by the Associa...Read More >>
Book ReviewsReviewed in this issue ... Law on the Internet by Dr Cate Banks and Dr Heather Douglas Butterworths Intellectual...Read More >>
Mercedes-Benz of Brisbane - Offer to Members  Everything you expect from our vehicles is now available in our finance. DaimlerChrysler Financial Services and ...Read More >>
Survey ResultsResults of the Straw Poll Should we do away with wigs and robes? The results were as follows:   "...Read More >>
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